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Donated to the 
King Public Library 
In Memory of 
James Underwood 



This Book Belonjs To- 



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Kini Wih Sefiool 
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The KHS Spirit, . . the spirit which has led us to be good losers as well as good winners. . . the spirit which makes 
us courteous to the people around us. . . the spirit which keeps us alert and ready to learn something new, whether it 
be in the classroom or in our daily activities. . .the spirit which makes us keep trying when we have lost time after 
time. . .the spirit which leads us in all our activities, and in all of our endeavors for the improvement of ourselves 
and our school. ..the spirit which makes us, the students of today, the leaders of tomorrow. .. the KHS spirit... 
chosen as the theme of our 1960 edition of THE EAGLE, because of the important part it has played in our high 
school days. 



Kini School 




MISS KING HIGH AND HER COURT 
Queen Judy, and her attendants chosen 
by the student body for their beauty, 
charm, and warm personality, symbolize 
the SPIRIT of KHS. 



Left to right: Judy Johnson; PamKiserj Judy 
Smith; Sylvia Barber; Judy Mabe, Queen; 
Nannie Ola Bennett, Maid of Honor; Judy 
Meadows; Sylvia Wall; Elizabeth Moore; 
Bettie Wall. 






Oedie^tion 



For c on tr ib ut i n g to the enrichment of our experiences at King High. . . 
through your comradship and direction as our coach. . .through your understand- 
ing of our problems and your wise counsel in helping us solve them. . .through 
your assistance in planning and executing our junior class activities. . . every 
experience we have shared has made us better citizens. In appreciation we 
dedicate this 1960 volume of THE EAGLE to you, MR. VERNON KIMBRO, 
teacher, coach, and friend. 



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Ptitieipsl 

MR. O.T. NEAL 



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Assist9nf Ptineip^l 

MR. ROBER COVINGTON 





Admnhft^im 



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MR. A. E. GARNER 
High School Supervisor 




MRS. GRACE T. RODENBOUGH 
Elementary School Supervisor 



K'ltii School Bovd 

Mr. Worth Gentry, Chairman; Mr. 
W.J. Helsabeck; Mr. Rupert Hall. 



CoQiiiij School Bo9kI 

Left to right: Mr. Ernest Collins; Mr.. 

I. A. Booe; Mr. J. Vann Tuttle, 

Chairman. 



Faealttj At Wotk 




All work and no coffee would make Mr. Furches and 
Mrs. Patterson very unhappy. 




Smile pretty, Miss Hall. 





Mrs. Kirby, what did you say that means? 




The mimeograph machine really stays busy, doesn't it, 
Mr. Allen? 




Mr. Kimbro practicing with two of his players. 



What is the scientific name of that species, Mr. Parker? 




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WEETA WHITE 
Senior Adviser 



REBECCA R. MOSER 
Senior Adviser 



ROY ALLEN 
Junior Adviser 




Music can be fun, can't it Mr. Harris and Mrs. Bullock? 





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Algebra is simple, isn't it, Mr. Underwood? 




VERNON KIMBRO 
Junior Adviser 



S.J. PARKER 
Sophomore Adviser 




AUDREY S. KIRBY 
Freshman Adviser 



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J. M. UNDERWOOD 
Freshman Adviser 



VIRGINIA F. PATTERSON 
Home Economics Teacher 





You seem to need some help, Mrs. Moser. 



What is so funny, Miss White? 



KATHLEEN HALL 
Sophomore Adviser 

SAMUEL W. FURCHES 
Agricultural Teacher 




JAMES HARRIS 
Band Director 

BLANCHE BULLOCK 
Music Teacher 




Af^iyi fylCtN ...the big cheese... the leaders. . .tops. . .the last year... 

high school students for the last time. . .the Senior Play. . .exams at dear Old KHS for the lost 
time. . .taking scholarship tests. . .college entrance exams. . .practicing for graduation. . .bacca- 
laureate. . .class night. . .and then. . .the big night. . .the night of that walk across the stage. . . 



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Seniof Clus Offieen 

JANETTE TUTTLE 

Treasurer 

BETTIE WALL 

Secretary 

HUGHES GENTRY 

President 

BERTHA WELCH 

Reporter 

JUDYMABE 

Vice-President 




trying to hold on to the past with one hand. . .reaching toward the future with the other. . .being 
a little sorry for KHS without them. . .secretly sorry for themselves without KHS. . .toward new 
horizons. . .future responsibilities and opportunities. . .further education. . .occupations. . . the 
opportunity to prove the worth of JHE CLASS OF '60. 



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^ SENIORS 




JO BARR SCOTT BARK 

Everything is possible for tomorrow— no It is impossible to please everyone, so I 
dream too foolish, no goal too high. do as I please. 




ELAINE BENNETT NANNIE OLA BENNETT EUGENE BOOZE 

Love is the weapon used to win all Help thyself, and God will help thee. Be not simply good, but be good for 

battles. something. 




RAYE BOYLES BOST SALLIE BOYLES 

A slip of the foot you may soon recover, A quitter never wins and a winner never 
but a slip of the tongue you may never quits, 

get over. 



JAYNE B. BROWDER 

If God be for me, who can be against 

me? 



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CAROLYN BURROW 

A scomer seeketh wisdom, and findeth 

it not; but knowledge is easy unto him 

that understandeth. 



ANN CARLTON 

Keep smiling; make people wonder what 

you've been up to. 



NANCY CALLOWAY 
Least said is soonest mended. 




PATRICDV COX OLIN CRANFILL 

I know not what the future holds, but I Life is what you make it, good or bad. 

know who holds it. 



BRENDA CROMER 
It matters not what you are thought to 
but what you are. 




LINDA DENNY 
In the golden chain of friendship, con- 
sider me a link. 



LYLE EPPERSON 
Let thy words be few. 



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smoRs 





HOLTON HUGHES GENTRY 

The surest way not to fail is to determine 

to succeed. 




ERLENE GRIFFIN 

When I feel an energetic spell coming 

on, I sit still until it goes away. 



JOE FELTS DAVIS FULK 

Praise a man behind his back, a woman Happy am I, free from care. Why aren't 
to her face. they all just like me? 




"Don't rush! We're only ten minutes late to class. " 



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BRENDA HALL DL^NNE JOHNSON JUDY lA-TRELLE JOHNSON 

The thing that costs the least and creates Love all, trust a few, and do wrong to Every wish is like a prayer— with God. 
the most is just a pleasant smile. none. 





ANNIE FAYE KISER 

Respect is what we owe; love, what we 

give. 



JOE FELTS 
Senior in the Navy Reserve. 




JIMMIE MABE JUDY MABE 

A smile costs nothing but creates much. Kind words are short to speak, but their 

echoes are endless. 



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SENIORS 




ENOCH MIDDLETON RALPH MITCHELL 

I can't please everyone, so I do as I Nothing is more honorable than a grate- 
please, ful heart. 




CAROLYN MOSER LARRY NANCE 

I would far rather be ignorant than wise Always forgive your enemies— nothing 

in the foreboding of evil. annoys them so much. 



BOBBY NEWSOME 
As a man speaks, so he is. 




JOE SMITH 
To have a friend is to be one. 



LINDA SMITH 
Least said is soonest mended. 



PEGGY SMITH 

If you wish another to keep your secret, 

first keep it yourself. 



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JIMMY SNIDER NANCY SOUTHERN ROY SOUTHERN 

'Tis best to think twice before entering The doorstep to the temple of .wisdom is To worry little, to study less, is my idea 

a situation. a knowledge of our own ignorance. of happiness. 




"Hide quick, the teacher is coming. " 



SENIORS 




DANNY TUTTLE JANETTE TUTTLE 

Life is just one little thing after another. There is no sorrow like a love denied. 

Nor any joy like love that has its will. 




DOUGLAS WALSH 
Flunk out early and avoid the May rush. 



JACK WARREN 

If knowledge is power, I must have 

blown a fuse. 



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JERRY WATTS 

The truth is always the strongest 

argument. 




ARNOLD WEBSTER 

Big things are b.uilt from small things 

well done. 



BERTHA WELCH 
Every cloud has a silver lining. 




DURA WHITE 
Speak when you are angry, and you will 
make the best speech you will ever re- 
gret. 




DEWEY WILSON 

What I can do, I ought to do; and what 

I ought to do, by the grace o f God, I 

will do. 




This couldn't be the Senior gab session! 



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Smot 
Adyhefs 



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WEETA WHITE 



M^scofs 









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KATHY DENNY and TOMMY NEW 



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REBECCA R. MOSER 




Red Rose 



Cl0$$ Colon 

Red and White 

CI9SS Mofto 

Learn as though you were to live forever, 
Live as though you were to die tomorrow. 



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Seuo^ ^ctloUlu 



JO BARR 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 1,2,3, Band Sweetheart 3; Majorette 1,2,3,4, Chief 

2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1,3, 4; Basketball 2; Glee Club 1,2; 4-H 1,2,3,4, 
Officer 1; Piano 1,2;F.H.A. 1, 2; Class Officer 1,3; Monogram Club 2,3,4; 

Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Senior Service League 4. 
SCOTT BARR 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; F.F. A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 3; Bus 
Driver 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4, Officer 3,4; Class President 3; Annual 
Staff 4; S.S.L. 4. 
ELAINE BENNETT 
4-H 1; Lunchroom Worker 4; S.S.L. 4. 
NANNIE OLA BENNETT 
F.H.A. 1,4; 4-H 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,3; Band Sweetheart 2; May Day 
Attendant 1; Miss King High Attendant 3,4; Superlative 4; Majorette 
1,2,3,4, Co-Chief 3, 4; S.S.L. 4. 
EUGENE BOOZE 
F.F, A. 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1,2,4; Substitute Bus 
Driver 3,4; Jr. Varsity 1,2; 4-H 1; Monogram Club 3,4; Parliamentary 
Procedure Contest 4; Newspaper Staff 4; S.S.L. 4. 
RAYE BOYLES BOST 
Glee Club 1; Band 1,2,3; Alt. Cheerleader 1; Debating Team 1,2,3,4; 
Majorette 1,2,3,4; F.H.A, 1,2; 4-H 1,2; Newspaper Staff 4; Senior Play 
4; S,S.L. 4. 
SALLIE BOYLES 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Jr. Varsity 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; 4-H 1, 2, 3; 
Monogram Club 3,4; S.S.L. 4, 
JAYNE B. BROWDER 
Piano 1,2; Glee Club 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Beta Club 2,3,4; Class Officer 
2; Newspaper Staff 3; Chief Marshal 3; Superlative 4; Editor of Annua) 4; 
S.S.L. 4. 
CAROLYN BURROW 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 2; 4-H 1,2,3, Officer 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; 
Newspaper Staff 3; Student Coimcil 2; Assistant Librarian 1; S.S.L, 4. 
ANN CARLTON 
Basketball 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; Glee Club 1,2; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Monogram 
Club 3,4, President 4; B e t a C 1 ub 4; Senior Play 4; Superlative 4; News- 
paper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4; S.S.L. 4. 
NANCY CALLOWAY 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1; Librarian 3,4; S.S.L. 4. 
PATRICL\ COX 
4-H 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1; S.S.L. 4. 
OLIN CRANFILL 
4-H 1,2,3,4; F.F. A. 1,2; Band 1,2; Sub. Bus Driver 2; Bus Driver 3,4; 
Student Council 4; Librarian 4; Superlative 4; S.S.L. 4. 
BRENDA CROMER 
F.H.A, 1,2,3,4, Officer 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 2,3; Student 
Council 1; Debating 2; Class Officer 2; Monogram Club 3,4; 4-H 4; News- 
paper Staff 4; S,S,L. 4. 
LINDA DENNY 
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 3; Glee Club 1,2,3, Officer 2; 4-H 1,2,3,4, 
Officer 1; Piano 1,2; Student Council 1; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Monogram 
Club 3,4; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Superlative 4; Senior Play 
4; Halloween Queen 4; S.S,L. 4. 
LYLE EPPERSON 
4-H 1,2,3,4; Student Council 3; Smoking Room Captain; Senior Play 4; 
S.S.L. 4. 
JOE FELTS 
4-H 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 2; Sub. Bus Driver 
3,4; F.F.A. 4; S.S.L. 4. 
DAVIS FULK 
4-H 1,2,3,4; Smoking Room Captain; S.S.L. 4. 
HUGHES GENTRY 
Band 1,2,3, Officer 3; 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1,2; Student Council 1; 
Boys' State Delegate; Class President 4; Sub. Bus Driver 4; Annual Staff 4; 
Superlative 4; Mail Carrier 4; S.S.L. 4. 
ERLENE GRIFFIN 
Basketball 1; F.H.A, 1; Glee Club 1; 4-H 1,2,3,4; S.S.L. 4. 
BRENDA HALL 
Piano 1,2; 4-H 1,2; F.H.A, 1,2,3,4, Officer 4; Class Officer 2; Beta Club 
2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 3; Marshal 3; Superlative 4; 
Associate Editor of Annual 4; Senior Play 4; S,S.L. 4. 
DL^lNNE JOHNSON 
4-H Officer 1; Class Officer 1, 3; St udent Council 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, 
Officer 2, 3; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4, Officer 4; 
Girls' State Delegate 3; Marshal 3; Associate Editor of Newspaper 3; Editor 
of Newspaper 4; Timekeeper 2,3,4; Math Club 4; Student Director of Senior 
Play; S.S.L. 4. 
JUDY JOHNSON 
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 2, 3; Glee Club 1,2, 3,4, Officer 3, 4; Beta Club 

3, 4, Officer 4; Girls' State Delegate 3; Student Council 4; Miss King High 
Attendant 2,4; Halloween Queen 2; Cheerleader 2; F.F.A. Sweetheart 3; 

Class President 2; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; S.S.L. 4. 

ANNIE FAYE KISER 
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; S.S.L. 4. 



JIMMY MABE 
4-H 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; Sub. Bus Driver 3,4; S.S.L. 4. 
JUDY MABE 
4-H 1; Piano 1; Glee Club 1,2; Jr. Varsity 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; May Day 
Attendant 1, 2; Manager Basketball Team 2, 3; Class Officer 2, 3, 4; News- 
paper Staff 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Student Council 3; Officer 4; Beta 
Club 4; Miss King High 4; Superlative 4; S.S.L. 4. 
R.F. McKINNEY 
Nancy Reynolds 1,2,3; F. F. A. 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Junior Play 3; Senior Play 4; Sub. Bus Driver 3; 4-H 1,4; Camera Club 2; 
S.S.L. 4. 
ENOCH MIDDLETON 
4-H 1,2, 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Manager 1; Class Officer 1; Student Coun- 
cil 1; Senior Play 4; S.S.L. 4. 
RALPH MITCHELL 
Sub. Bus Driver 2, 3; Bus Driver 4; F.F.A. 2; 4-H 1, 2, 3,4, Officer 4; Math 
Club Officer 4; Superlative 4; Annual Staff 4; S.S.L. 4. 
CAROLYN MOSER 
Piano 1; F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 3; 4-H 1, 2, 3; 
Newspaper Staff 3;Class President 1; Cheerleader 3; Beta Club 4; Monogram 
Club 4; Annual Staff 4; S.S.L. 4. 
LARRY NANCE 
4-H 1,2; Baseball 3,4; Manager 1; Glee Club 1; S.S.L. 4. 
BOBBY NEWSOME 
Glee Club 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 4; Student Council 1, 3, 4, Presi- 
dent 4; Beta Club 3,4, Officer 3; Debating Team 3,4; Math Club 4; 4-H 
1, 2, 3; Mai] Carrier 2; Boys' State Delegate 3; Senior Play 4; Superlative 4; 
S.S.L. 4. 
JOE SMITH 
Glee Club 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2,4, Officer 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1; Stu- 
dent Council 2, 3, Officer 3; Baseball 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Bus Driver 3,4; 
Newspaper Staff 3; Monogram Club 3,4; Superlative 4; S.S.L. 4. 
LINDA SMITH 
Piano 1; Glee Club 1; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Librarian 3, 4; Beta Club 4; Student 
Council 4; Newspaper Staff 4; S.S.L. 4. 
PEGGY SMITH 
Jr. Varsity 1,2; 4-H 1,4; S.S.L. 4. 
JIMMY SNIDER 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 4; 4-H 1; S.S.L. 4. 

NANCY SOUTHERN 
Glee Club 1; 4-H I, 3,4; F.H.A. 1; S.S.L. 4. 
ROY SOUTHERN 
4-H 1; Jr. Varsity 1,2; Manager 3; Baseball 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Presi- 
dent 4; Parliamentary Procedure Contest 4; Cattle Judging 3; Senior Play 4; 
Newspaper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4; Sub. Bus Driver 3; Bus Driver 4; Mono- 
gram Club 4; Harvest King 2; S.S.L. 4. 
CAROLYN TUTTLE 
F.H.A, 1,2,3,4, Officer 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 2; Piano 
1, 2, 3; 4-H Officer 1, 2; Annual Staff 4; Beta Club 4; S,S, L. 4. 
DANNY TUTTLE 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4; C la s s Officer 2; Senior Play M.C. 4; 
S.S.L. 4. 
JANETTE TUTTLE 
Class Officer 1,4; Glee Club 1,2; 4-H 1; F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4, President 4; 
Student Council 2, 3; Beta Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Library Assistant 4; 
S.S.L. 4. 
GLIDA VENABLE 
F.H.A. 1,4; Glee Club 1,4; Bus Captain 4; Senior Play 4; S.S.L. 4. 
BETTIE WALL 
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 2, 3; Glee Club 1,2, 3,4, Officer 2, 3, 4; Class 
President 1,2; Class Officer 3, 4; Piano 1; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Marshal 3; 
Beta Club 3,4, President 4; 4-H 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Newspaper Staff 
4; Miss King High Attendant 4; S.S.L. 4. 
WAYNE WALL 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Cattle Judging 3; 4-H 1; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
Manager 4; Sub. Bus Driver 4; S.S.L. 4. 
DOUGLAS WALSH 
Class Officer 1; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Sub. Bus Driver 3; Bus Driver 4; S.S.L. 4. 

JACK WARREN 

Northwest 1,2,3;F.F.A. 1, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Basketball 2; 

Monogram Club 3; 4-H 4; S.S.L. 4. 

JERRY WATTS 

Glee Club 1; F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Sub. Bus Driver 2, 3, 4; S.S. L. 4. 

ARNOLD WEBSTER 

4-H 1,2,3,4; Bus Captain; S.S.L. 4. 

BERTHA WELCH 

F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1,2; May Day Attendant 3; Marshal 3; Class Officer 

4; Beta Club 4; Newspaper Staff 4; S.S.L. 4. 

DURA WHITE 

Glee Club 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Piano 1, 2, 3; S t u de n t Council 2,3; 

Librarian 2; Newspaper Staff 3; Annual Staff 4; S.S. L. 4. 

DEWEY WILSON 

F.F.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2, 3; 4-H 2,3; Superlative 4; Senior Play Usher 

4; S.S.L. 4. 




JUNIORS 

. . . standing on next to the top step . . . outstanding . . . active . . . 
friendly. . .the excitement of choosing class rings. . .realizing how hard the tough subjects are. . . 
taking their places as school leaders. . .taking achievement tests. . .ushering at graduation. . .taking 
part in class night. . .each one hoping he or she will be chosen as Boys' or Girls' State Repre - 



Juniof CIm Offhan 

KATHY GARNER 

President 

LARRY REDDING 

Treasurer 

ELIZABETH MOORE 

Secretary 

DOUGLAS EAST 

(Not Pictured) 

Vice-President 




sentatives. . .realizing that next year is getting nearer and nearer. . .beginning to wonder if they 
really mean "I'll be glad to get out of this place," that they have said so glibly tor two years. . . 
beginning to think of "my future". . . looking forward to next year. . .when they will be on top. . . 
the leaders. . . THE CLASS OF '61 . 



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JUNIORS 




LINDA ADKINS BARRY ATWOOD SYLVIA BARBER 




HARRY BENNETT SHIRLEY BENNETT BILLY BINKLEY NANCY BOLES TERRY BROWDER 




WAYNE BURROW ANNE BUTNER BUD CALLOWAY NAOMI CARROLL NANCY COLLINS 




PHILLIP DUGGINS DOUGLAS EAST LINDA EAST JACKIE EDWARDS DENNIS FULK 

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MtaaaaMwppHP 




KATHY GARNER LINDA GffiSON LARRY GORDON NORMA GRAVELY DALE HARTGROVE 





ANN INGRAM ROBERT JESSUP TOBY JONES 



SUE KIRBY JERRY KISER 





"But I don't want to go to the concession stand now. 



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mioR$ 





JOHNNY LANKFORD JERRY LAWSON MIKE LAWSON 




BARRY LONG JOE MARSHALL FRANK McGEE 



JOE MESSER 



BILLY MOORE 




EUGENIA MOSER EUZABETH MOORE RUBY PIKE JEWEL NEWSOME LARRY REDDING 




PATRICIA SIMMONS LARRY SLATE PATRICL\ SLAWTER CAROLYN SMITH 



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MORRIS WAYNE 
SMITH 



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DONALD SNIDER FRANCES SOUTHERN SUSAN SOUTHERN BRENDA SPAINHOUR BILLY STONE 




BARBARA TUTTLE GARRY TUTTLE KAY VENABLE PATRICIA WALL JIMMY WEAVER 





Loafing as usual! 



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SOPHOMORES 



. now accustomed to high school... planning par- 
ties. . . learning to be of service of KHS in their own personal way. . .supporting the upperclassmen 
in their endeavors. . .getting into the swing of things. . .forgetting their lessons long enough to 
"live it up". . .reciting memory work in English class. . .sliding down in their seats. . .hoping the 



iophomn 
CI9SS Off'mn 



BRUCE BENNETT 

Secretary 

CATHY HALL 

President 

GERALD BOYLES 

Vice-President 

NANCY TUTTLE 

Treasurer 





teacher won't call on them. . .hardly paying attention in sixth period. . .waiting for that buzzer 
at 3:10. . .beginning to feel their importance. . .being sorry for frightened freshmen. .. looking 
adoringly at seniors. . ."making out" they know all the answers. . .waiting for vacation. . .yet they 
can hardly wait until next year when they will be juniors. . . jhe CLASS OF '62. 



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SOPHOMORES 




ROY ASHBY CHARLES BARR JENNY BOLEJACK 




DONALD BOWLES VICKI BOLES GERALD BOYLES JIMMY BRANDON FAYE DENE BROWN 




JOHN CHAMBERS RAY CRADDOCK PATSY CRANFORD PAULINE CUMMINGS FROSTY DENNY 





THURMAN DODSON REBECCA DOSS JUNIOR DUGGINS NORRIS DUGGINS KATHY HALL 



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NANCY HALL 



MARY HUNTER 



LINDA KEYE 



JEAN KIGER 



BRENDA KIRBY 





GLENDA KIRBY BRENDA KISER 



KAY LAWSON 



WAYNE LONG DONALD LYNCH 




"What happened?" 




PAUL LYTLE 




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$OPHOMORBS 




BOBBY MABE LLOYD MABE OZELL MAYS 




GLENOLA McGEE JUDY MEADOWS BEVERLY MOORE DORIS NEWSOME STEVE PULLIAM 




"Traffic jam, ' 



JANICE SMITH JUDITH SMITH 



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m^fmmm^m^rm 




BRENDA 
WESTMORELAND 



DORIS WEBSTER BONNIE WATTS BRENDA WALSH WAYNE TUTTLE 




"Do you really come down the chimney?' 




NANCY TUTTLE 



LYNN STONE JAMES SOUTHERN GAE SOUTHERN 

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ff\C'^fi9^lC(^ ' ' -something new. . .the strange unfamlliarity of high 
school. . .yet it holds a thrill around every corner. . .their impish ways cause the teachers to laugh 
in spite of themselves. . .the largest freshmen class ever af KHS. . .taking their first mid-term and 
term exams. . .the joy of taking part in new activities. . .coming to all the basketball games. . . 



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Fteshmn 
CI955 Offieefs 

HAZEL PARRIS 

Secretary 

FRANKIE BARR 

President 

JACKIE BOVENDER 

Vice-President 

RONNIE HAUSER 

Treasurer 




wandering aimlessly in the long hall. . .rushing to class, afraid they might be late. . .making the 
confusion more confusing. . .asking endless questions. . .questions which keep the upperclassmen 
on their toes. . .the class. . .the freshmen class. . . looking forward to being sophomores next year. . . 
THE CLASS_OF '63. 



FRESHMEN 




Judy Atwood Glenda Barber Ruby Barnecastle 








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Frankie Barr 



Judy Barr Kathy Bennett L. G. Bennett Ronnie Binkley 




Willie Bledsoe J-V. Boles Mike Boyles Jackie Bovender Virginia Boy les 




Carole Brandon Diane Browder Judy Calloway Bill Chambers Donald Chapman 







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Junior Collins E. R. Conrad Steve Covington Alfred Craddock Melba Craddock 




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Janice East Peggy Edmonds Karen Edwards Junior Essick 



Faye Flippin 








Clvde Fulk 




Glenn Genttv Marv Ann Gentry James Gibson Delbert Gordon 





Bonnie Gravely Nancy Hall Kenneth Hartgrove Ronnie Hauser Nina Hubbard 






Shelby Inman Mary James Jimmy Jessup Joe Johnson 



Bonnie Kirby 





Kay Kiser 



Pam Kiser David Lawson Doris Long 



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FRBSHMBN 




Jerry Mabe Raymond Marshall Martha Mays 




Mozelle Mays Bobby Mickey Jerry Mickey Sandra Newsome Hazel Parris 





Janice Redding Bruce Robertson Kaye Robertson Johnny Shore 



Wayne Slate 





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Joe Smith 





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David Southern Joann Southern Sylvia Sprinkle Ronald Stevens Frances Stewart 



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Judy Tabor 


Jimmy Tedder 


Mary Jane Tuttle 


Terry Tuttle 


Calvin Voss 








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Lawrence Voss Sylvia Wall 



Billy Webster 




Jimmy Webster Terry Wood Billy Joe York 



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f\\y I Iw I I IC^ ...the most important highlight of KHS...the Student 
Council. . .the Monogram Club... the symbol of our spirit. . .the Beta Club. . .representing the 
honor students of our school. . .F.F.A. for the future farmers. . .F.H.A. for future homemakers. . . 




Alpha Delta Math Club for advanced math students. . .the Glee Club. . .the Band. . .the piano 
crass...tor the musical minded. . .4-H. . .the debating team... the majorettes. . .the newly or- 
ganized Senior Service League. . .all help to make a complete school year for 1960. 



The 



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JAYNE B. BROWDER 
Editor 





J.M. UNDERWOOD 
Adviser 




BRENDA HALL 
Associate Editor 



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Sports Editors: Scott Barr, Ann Carlton. 




Ralph Mitchell, Elementary Editor; Janette Tuttle, High 
School Editor. 



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Business Managers: Hughes Gentry, Roy Southern, Joe 
Smith, 



Typists: Dura White, Carolyn Moser. 





Linda Denny, Activities Editor; Danny Tuttle, Photogra- 
phy Editor. 



Carolyn Tuttle, Feature Editor; Jimmy Snider, Art Editor. 



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midiM 




Betty Jo Badgett Donald Bowles Eugene Booze Jackie Bovender Patricia Boyles Olin Cranfill Frosty Denny 





Kathy Gamer Dianne Johnson Freya Johnson Judy Johnson Brenda Kiser Joseph Marshall Sandra Newsome 




Larry Redding Harrel Smith linda Smith Barbara Tuttle Nancy Tuttle Terry Tuttle Sylvia Wall 



Sttident 
Couneil 





Kathleen Hall 
Adviser 



Weeta White 
Adviser 



Sylvia Barber, Recording Secretary; Bobby Newsome, Presi- 
dent; Ann Ingram, Vice-President; Judy Mabe, Corresponding 
Secretary; Vicki Boles, Treasurer. 



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Dianne Johnson 
Vice-President 



Ch$fBctet 



Judy Johnson 
Secretary 



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fl/l^jotettes 




Jenny Bolejack, Carole Brandon, Nannie Ola Bennett, Jo Barr, Chief; Brenda Westmoreland, Raye Dene Bost, Christy 

Kimbro, Mascot. 



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First row: Harrell Smith, Nancy Boles, Philip Vance, Gloria Gordon, Brent Smith, Vicki Boles, Kathleen Moore. Second 
row: Robert Samuelson, Kathy Gamer, Butch McGee, Perry Carroll, Jerry Long, Patricia Boyles, Charles Kirby. Third 
row: Rodney Slate, Frances Stewart, David New, Clyde Moorefield, Glenn Gentry, Bobby Brown, Steve Pulliam. Fourth 
row: Paul Vance, Beverly Moore, Bobby Moore, Leslie Meadows, Don Mabe, Mary Ann Gentry, Freya Johnson. Fifth 
row: Wayne Long, Richard Goff, Butch Barber, Dale Smith, Joey New, Kay Goff, Don Love, Bobby Newsome, Drum 

Major. 



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Hi-li^hts Sfsff 






Sue Kirby 
Associate Editor 



Dianne Johnson 
Editor 



Roy Allen 
Adviser 




Linda Adkins Sylvia Barber Jo Barr Eugene Booze Raye Dene Bost Carole Brandon 






Naomi Carroll Brenda Cromer Linda Denny Judy Johnson Judy Mabe Glenola McGee 




Elizabeth Moore Roy Southern Brenda Spainhour Bettie Wall Bertha Welch 



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Janette Tuttle 
President 






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Brenda Hall Carolyn Tuttle Carolyn Smith 
Vice-President Secretary Treasurer 



Barbara Tuttle Brenda Kiser Eugenia Moser 
Historian Reporter Pianist 



Fa fate F$mets Of Afnetic^ 





Roy Southern 
President 





James Calloway Larry Redding Barry At-A^ood Joe Smith Jimmy Snider 
Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sentinel Reporter 



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Bas Ofmn 




Top row: Ralph Mitchell, Joe Smith, Lany Redding, Olin Cranfill, Roy Southern. Bottom row: Scott Barr, Douglas 

Walsh, James Calloway, Joe Messer, Johnny Lankford, 



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Standing: Mr. Underwood, Adviser; Brenda Kiser, Dianne Johnson, Eugenia Moser, Bobby Newsome, Naomi Carroll, 
Sylvia Barber, Linda Adkins, Ann Ingram, Larry Redding. Seated: Ralph Mitchell, Treasurer; Beverly Moore, Secretary; 

Nancy Boles, Vice-President; Kathy Gamer, Vice-President, 



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Linda Smith 



Ubt^tfi Assht$nt$ 




Nancy ^uthern 



4-H Clab Offieets 



Janette Tuttle 



Nancy Tuttle 
President 






Kay Lawson 
Vice-President 



Ralph Mitchell 
Secretary 





Pat Slawter 
Reporter 



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&lee Club 




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Back row: Sandra Newsome, Kay Lawson, Brenda Kiser, Nancy Turtle, Beverly Moore, Susan Southern, Judy Tabot, 
Annie Faye Kiser, Glida Venable, Ann Ingram. Middle row: Eugenia Moser, Carolyn Smith, Brenda Hall, Carolyn 
Tuttle, Carolyn Moser, Judy Calloway, Lynn Stone, Kay Venable, Nancy Hall, Dianne Johnson, Mary Ann Gentry, 
Bonnie Watts. Front row: Blanche Bullock, Director; Kathy Garner, Judy Johnson, Bettie Wall, Pat Wall, Carolyn Burrow, 
Brenda Cromer, Barbara Tuttle, Patsy Cranford, Jenny Bolejack, Linda Adkins, Carole Brandon, Nancy Calloway, Frances 

Stewart. 



Phno Students 




Standing: Mary Ann Gentry, Vicki Boles, Brenda Kiser, Bonnie Kirby. Seated: Eugenia Moser, Linda Adkins", Miss Viola 

Tuttle, Gayle Robbins, Nancy Hall. 



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Monoitm Club 





VernOn Kimbro 
Adviser 



First row: Linda Denny, Sue Kirby, Patricia Slawter, Sally Boyles, Kathy Denny, 
Sylvia Barber, Frances Southern, Judy Smith, Cathy Hall, Faye Dene Brown, Brenda 
Smith. Second row: Brenda Cromer, Judy Mabe, Carolyn Moser, Jo Barr, Bettie 
Wall, Brenda Spainhour, Pat Simmons, Shirley Bennett, Ann Carlton. Third row: 
Jimmy Mabe, Dale Hartgrove, Billy Moore, Scott Barr, Joe Smith, Eugene Booze, 
Roy Southern, Thurman Dodson. 



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Mrs. Delia Martin, Mrs. Worth Kiser, Mrs. Beulah Boyles, Mrs. Adeline Kiser, High School Manager; Mrs. Lonnie 
Baker, Elementary Manager; Mrs. Nadene Barr, Elementary Cashier; Mrs. Ruth Hauser, High School Cashier. 



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ATHLBTICS 



The Eagles. . .not always w i n n I ng. . .but always in 
there trying. . .teams of which we are proud. . .with great potential. . .strong girls' team. . .with 
high hopes for another trophy. . .led on by the cheerleaders. . .with their bright smiles and ever- 




loyal spirit. . .cheering our teams to possible victory. . .baseball . . -tremendous prospects for the 
coming season. . .experienced players and promising newcomers. . .sportsmanship and fair play 
make our teams greater than they otherwise could ever be. . .and bring credit to KHS. 




Scott Barr 




Billy Moore 




Charles Barr 




Donald Lynch 




Paul Lytle 



Bo(j$' Basketball 



Vernon Kimbro 
Coach 





Joe Smith 





Mike Lawson 




James Calloway 




Dale Hartgrove 



Thurman Dodson 



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Get it, Donald! 



Two more points for Scott! 



King 64 Lawsonville 55 

King 44 Pinnacle 54 

King 48 Kemersville 50 

King 51 Francisco 47 

King 54 Nancy Reynolds 64 

King 62 Sandy Ridge 48 

King 41 Kemersville 59 

King 55 Pine Hall 53 




King 54 Walkertown 60 

King 44 East Bend 52 

King 58 Walnut Cove 39 

King 46 Pinnacle 34 

King 53 Nancy Reynolds 57 

King 53 Francisco 48 

King 61 Lawsonville 50 

King 42 Walnut Cove 53 

King 70 Germanton 58 





In the huddle. 



You can do it, Joe ! 



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Brenda Smith 



Frances Southern 




Judy Smith 



&hls' Bsskefhsll 




Sally Boyltis 




Sylvia Sprinkle 




Brenda 
Westmoreland 




Brenda Spainhour 




Vernon Kimbro 
Coach 





Faye Dean Brown 




Janice Smith 




Patricia Simmons 



Sylvia Barber 



Ann Carlton 



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We're depending on you, Ann! 



Let's get in there and hustle! 



King 54 Lawsonville 

King 54 Pinnacle 

King 48 Kemersville 

King 61 Francisco 

King 44 Nancy Reynolds 

King 56 Sandy Ridge 

King 36 Kemersville 

King 49 Pine Hall 




King 57 Walkertown 32 

King 42 East Bend 31 

King 48 Walnut Cove 31 

King 61 Pinnacle 32 

King 49 Nancy Reynolds 41 

King 69 Francisco 42 

King 42 Lawsonville 41 

King 56 Walnut Cove 36 

King 60 Germanton 35 





That's the way to do it, Sally! 



We won ! We won ! 



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Cheetle^dets 




Jo Barr, Pat Slawter, Glenola McGee, Linda Denny, Nancy Hall, Bettie Wall, Sue Kirby, Chief; Kathy Deimy, Mascot. 





Leading a cheer at a pep meeting. 



In action! 



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B9seb9ll 






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Gerald Boyles 



Joe Smith 



Larry Nance 




Scott Barr 




Back row: Felts, Manager; Smith, Nance, Booze, Southern, Mabe. 

Middle row: Marshall, Lynch, Dodson, Hartgrove, Calloway, Boles. 

Front row: Boyles, C. Barr, S. Barr, Moore, Kinabro, Coach. 



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Billy Moore 




Thurman Dodson 




Dale Hartgrove 
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Donald Lynch 




§^rK / \ft\C\^ ' ' '° y®*-"" ^^" °^ work. . .but with plenty of room left for fun 
and good times. . .big moments. . .new faces. . .the Halloween Carnival. . .Student Council spon- 
sored socials. . .pep rallies. . .the crowning of Miss King High. . .chapel programs. .. magazine 




sales... the senior play, "Here Comes Charlie" .. .Christmas parties. . .senior superlatives. .. the 
day the faculty led the student body in a cheer. . .ba c c a I au re ate. . .graduation. . .a yearof 
change. . .growing up a little at a time. .. learning. . .understanding. . .a big year... a special 
year... 1960. 



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LINDA DENNY and DEWEY WILSON 



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NANNIE OLA BENNETT and HUGHES GENTRY 



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Jayne B. Browder, Chief; Brenda Hall, Dianne Johnson, Bettie Wall, Bertha Welch. 

Boijs' 9iid 6hls' Stste Reptesent^t'ms 




Hughes Gentry, Bobby Newsome, Dianne Johnson, Judy Johnson. 



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Bobby Newsome, Larry Elliot} Linda Denny, Mrs. Farnhamj Roy Southern, Ted Hartleyj Raye Dene Bost, Charlie Hopps; 

Bud Middleton, Uncle Elick Hoppsj Ann Carlton, Nora Malone; Jo Barr, Vivian Smythe-Kersey; Glida Venable, Mrs. 

Caroline Smythe-Kersey; Davis Fulk, Tim McGrill; Lyle Epperson, Mortimer Smythe-Kersey. 



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Nancy Hall, Lynn Stone, Raye Dene Bost, Bobby Newsome, Nancy Boles. 




Ralph Mitchell 
President 




Senhi' 
Semee 




Eugene Booze 
Vice-President 




Glida Venable 
Secretary 



Joe Felts 
Treasurer 



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Halloween Kin^s $n(l Queens 




LINDA DENNY and JUNIOR DUGGINS 





SHIRLEY KIGER and GAITHER PALMER 



ROBERTA HELSABECK and STEVE PRESTON 



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chalk. . .crayons. ..reading., .writing, 



arithmetic. . .stories read aloud in class. . .finger painting. . . jumping rope. . .softball . . .taught by 
wonderful teachers. .. homework. . .fun. . .going to the county fair. . .the unforgettable world of 





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childhood. . .when all Is lightheartedandgay. . .no cares. . .except a few black eyes, C)f course. . . 
doing homework while watching westerns on television. . .this year is another step up the ladder 
toward maturity. . .waiting for school to let out in late May of 1960. 



l)edie$fion 




In reviewing our years at King and recalling people that have influenced oxor lives 
during our stay here, our thoughts turn immediately to a grammar grade teacher whose 
help and encouragement had much to do with our reaching high school. To prove to 
you, MRS. LEWIS, that we have not forgotten the things you did for us, we dedicate 
this section of our annual to you, with the assurance that we will always be grateful to 
you and love you for the foundations you helped us to lay and the ideals you inspired in 
us. 



Elemnt^ty F^eulty 



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MRS. MARY ETTA GENTRY 
First Grade 




MISS ELOICE HUTCHENS 
First Grade 



MRS. AGNES STEWART 
First Grade 



MRS. ALMA BARR 
Second Grade 



MRS. JESSIE GARNER 
Second Grade 



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MRS. MARGARET WHITT 
Second Grade 



MRS. £LUE BOYLES 
Third Grade 



MRS. MARY GILFRY 
Third Grade 



MRS. FRANCES TAYLOR 
Third Grade 



MRS. LOTTIE CHANCE 
Fourth Grade 




MRS. MARL^NNE KIMBRO 
Fourth Grade 



MRS. LIDA HUTCHINS 
Fifth Grade 



MRS. MADELYN MARSHALL 
Fourth Grade 



MISS CLARA HELSABECK 
Fifth Grade 



MRS. ETHEL MOORE 
Fifth Grade 




MRS. RANDIE LEWIS 
Sixth Grade 



MR. CLIFFORD LONG 
Sixth Grade 



MRS. MARGUERITE GENTRY 
Sixth Grade 



MRS. CAROLYN HUNTER MR. ROBER COVINGTON 

Sixth and Seventh Grades Seventli Grade 




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Pictured 




MRS. MARIE FL\YNES 
Seventh Grade 



MRS. FRANCIS KISER 
Seventh Grade 



MRS. IRENE BRANDON 
Eighth Grade 



MRS. ANN PARKER 
Eighth Grade 



MISS VIOLA TUTTLE 
Piano 



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Mrs. Brandon 
Judy Bameycastle 
Doris Bennett 
Pacricia Boyles 
Steve Boyles 
Dee Cdrroil 
Judy Collins 
Arnold Covington 
Una Crews 



Gloria Duggins 
Norma Edmonds 
Linda Edwards 
Teddy Edwards 

Betty Sue Fulk 
Ricliard Gibson 
Kayc Goff 



Kenneth Hall 
Brenda Hensley 
Doris Holder 
Susan Johnson 
Pam Kirby 
Ronald lUser 
Jerry Long 
Diane Mabe 



Peggy Jo Mabe 
J.C. Marshall 
Kathcnne Moore 
Janet Moser 
Sidney Moser 
Michael Richardson 
Robert Samuelson 
Arthur Smith 
Harrell Smith 



Phillip Vance 
Sandra Vogler 
Mrs. Parker 
Judy Adams 
Charles Adkins 
Betty Jo Badgett 
Wanda Bcggs 
Carole Benton 



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Karen Bolejack 
Jacqie Butner 
Allen Boles 
Mary Lou Eppets 

Linda Fulk 
R.C. Cordon 
Judy Harrison 
Linda Hay ton 



Jimmy Lcggins 
PhilHs Love 
Judy Martin 
Bobby Moore 
Maxie McCee 
Nancy Nei/som 
Harold Priddy 
Ann Pruitt 





Kenneth Rumley 

Rebecca Spainhou 
Locnard Tuttlc 
Norma Tuttle 
Ronald Wall 
Mabel Warner 



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Mr. Covington 
Wjmer Beggs 
Steve Burge 
Perry Carroll 
Barbara Covington 
Libby Durham 
Nancy FiUk 
Roger Fidk 
Jerry Coff 
Gloria Cordon 
Peggy Gordon 

Betty Lou Hall 
Ray Hall 
Kay Hensley 
Gany Hicks 
Donald James 
Kathy Johnson 
Sara Lawson 

Don Ma be 
Judy Marehall 

Jerry Martin 
Butch McCee 
Elaine McKnight 
Norma Newsome 
Shirley Overby 
Dorothy Scott 
Bobby Slate 
Brent Smith 
Harvey Tedder 
Ronnie Westmoreland 

Larry Wood 
Mrs. Kiser 
Carolyn Baker 
Marie Bowen 
Douglas Boyles 
Kay Carroll 
Jimmy Clark 
Brenda Collins 
James Cox 
Louise Craddock 
Wanda Davis 

Carolyn Flippin 
Thelma Gordon 
Johnny Hall 
Jimmy Hauser 
Roger Inman 
Mary Ann Kirby 
Shirley Kiger 
Jimmy McNeely 
Dotty Meadows 
Ellen Neal 



Jeannette Needham 
Marilyn New 
Eunice Phlpps 
David Smith 
Doris Smith 
Steven Smith 
Ronnie Tedder 
Vamer Vogler 
Earl Voss 
Jerry White 

Mrs. Haynes 
Jimmy Ashby 
Jerry Bledsoe 
Larry Boles 
Diane Boyles 
Elbert Boyles 
Brenda Booze 
Patricia Chance 
Louise Cox 
Wayne Davis 
Richard Goff 



Susan Griffin 
Gail Holder 
Linda Hunter 
Larry Ingram 
Kent Kiser 
Leon Lank ford 
Sandra Law son 
Mary Ann Lineback 
Ronnie Mabe 
Kenneth McKmghl 

Deborah Moore 
Clydie Moorefield 
Susan Newsome 
George Pike 
Franklin Sells 
Carolyn Slate 
Kay Smith 
Jerry Stanley 
Wanda Stone 
Harold Timmons 

Eddie White 
Mrs. Hunter 
Gregg Bennett 
Janle Crews 
Johnny East 
Henry Mabe 
Carl Meador 
Sandra Meadwell 
Douglas Payne 
Sue Pike 
Annie Lee Priddy 

Donna Roberts 
Roy Lee Sams 

Larr^' Southern 
Bobby Tuttle 
Carry Watson 





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Judy Brown 
Danny Cox 
Betty Jean Dodson 
Ralph Essjck 
Kathleen Fuquay 
Barry Hall 
Bonita Lewis 
Wynne San 
Elwin Smit 
Larry Smitl 



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Michael Smith 
Mr. Long 

Carl Calloway 
James Calloway 
Virginia Calloway 
Glenn Collins 
Charles Covington 
Linda Covington 
Lonnie Duncan 
Tommy Duncan 

Judy Folk 
Chuck Gillespie 
Gany Hall 
Beverly Harrison 
Betty Hubbard 
George Hunter 
Jack Jones 
Lois Riser 
Donald Love 
Patricia Love 

Leslie Meadows 
Judy Mickey 
Paul Nance 
Jimmy Newmaii 
Jimmy Newsome 
Joyce Slate 
Rodney Slate 
Linda Smith 
Dale Smith 
Joe Vogler 

Garry White 
Mrs. Lewis 
Judy Blakely 
David Brandon 
Newton Bryant 
R.L. Calloway, Jr. 
Ray Chance 
Linda Cox 
Gail Culler 
Freddie Culler 
Betty Duggins 

Arnold Goodman 
Eddie Gordon 
Ann Gunnell 
Brenda Hauset 
Sandra Holder 
Reid Hudgins, Jr. 

Tommy Jessup 
Charles Kirby 
Homer Lawson 



Janice Marshall 
Kay McKnight 
Husky Moser 
David New 
Betry Jo Petree 
Anyce Smith 
Stancel Smith 
Junior Speas 
Crady Stone 
Dcnna Walters 
Phyllis Watts 
Ronald Whitt 
Betty Duggins 
Tommy White 
Mrs, Gentry 
Larry Barber 
Ronald Bennett 
Kenneth Bledsoe 
Judy Ann Brown 
Powell Cain, Jr. 
Jean Collins 
Larry Edmunds 

Betty Felts 
Carl Fulk 
Robert Hall 
Janet Hooker 
Andrea Johnson 
Patricia Kiger 
Beverly Kiser 
Diane Mabe 
GaJther Palmer 
Frankye Pulliam 

Jimmy Scott 
Penny Smith 
Martha Southern 
Judith Tedder 
Joseph Webster 
Brenda Westmoi 



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Wayne White 
Barbara Willis 
Robert Willia; 



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Mre. Hutchins 
Owsler Adkins 
Butch Barber 
Helen Bennett 
Lena Bowen 
Becky Crews 
Alice Cox 
Roger Dodson 
Patsy Durham 
Darlene Flippin 

Leo Fulk 
Roger Fuquay 
Mary Etta Gatewood 
David Gibson 
Wanda Gordon 
Patricia Hunter 
Robert Inman 
Raeford Kiser 
Alan Lewis 

Peggy Mabe 

James Mays 
Jack Meadwell 
Barry Nelson 
Jo Ann Newsome 
Mary Jane Newsome 
Brenda Reeves 
Eugene Sands 
Randall Smith 

Janet Stanley 
Barbara Tucker 
Terry Tunle 
Kenneth Whitt 
Miss Helsabeck 
Nancy Ayers 
Peggy Belton 
Virginia Bennett 
Edgar Bledsoe 
Terry Brandon 

Regina Burrow 
Dale Burton 
Brent Carroll 
Ricky Cromer 
Cherry Davis 
Melvin Edwards 
Edward Gunnell 
Kenneth Hall 
Sammy Jeffords 

Edward Lineback 
Maurice Marshall 
Ronnie Meadows 
Joan Newman 
Bradley Newsome 
Elmer Sargent 
Ronnie Smith 
Larry Turpi n 
Kay Tuttle 

Rose Ann Tuttle 
Richard Williams 
Andrew Wolff 
Mrs. Moore 
Terry Barrett 
Peggy Binkley 
Omnie Boyles 
Verlie Cain 
Cecelia Carroll 
Catherine Covington 

Jane Covington 
Brent Cromer 
Phil Edwards 
Ronnie Fulk 
Donnie Goff 
Steve Ha user 
Benny Jeffords 
Vickie Law 
Benny Matthews 

John Martin 
Doris McKnight 
Teresia Moser 
Diane Needham 
Joel New 
Kay Newsome 
Sammy Newsome 
Glenda Pike 
Linda Pike 

Marlin Smith 
Sarah Smith 
Dean Southern 
Kenneth Tuttle 
Melvin Thomas 
David White 










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Mrs. Marshall 
Brenda Bennett 
Carol Boyles 
Dorothy Burrow 
Vicki Cromer 
Kim Duggins 
Martin Gordon 
Wesley Hill 
Bruce Holder 
Pat Johnson 

Janice Jones 
Judy Kiger 
Linda Kimbro 
Sharon Kirby 
Karen Lankford 
Mary Ann McGee 
Eddie Meadows 
Donald Meeks 
Rebecca Moore fie Id 

Becky New 
Frankie Newsom 
John Samuelson 
Charlotte Sargent 
Michael Slate 
Kay Smith 
Gale Stone 
David Taylor 
Marie Van Dusen 

Ronnie Walters 
Sandra Watts 

Phillip Westmoreland 
Chris Wood 
Mrs. Chance 
Roger Bameycastle 
Jerry Bennett 
Junior Bowman 
David Boyles 
Rebecca Brown 



Ronnie Carroll 
Kenneth Cox 
Kathy Craig 
Wilma Fuquay 
Dorothy Fulk 
Kenneth Fulk 
Ruth Gibson 
Vance Hall 
Evelyn Hunter 

Bonnie Key 
Sandra Kiser 
Nancy Marshall 
Roger Nance 
Linda Newsome 
Shirley Newsom 
Jackie Overby 
W. T. Richardson 
Eddie Sargent 

Carolyn Thurman 
Linda Tuttle 
Wayne Tuttle 
Kenneth Warner 
Jo Ann White 
Ronnie White 
Mrs. Kimbro 
Ira Benton 
Benny Brown 
Mike Butner 

Glenda Collins 
Sybil Covington 
Billy Edmonds 
Diane Fulk 
Diane Gatewood 
Teddy Goodman 
Bruce Hall 
Junior Hensley 
Brenda Hill 

Ronny Jones 
Ricky Kirby 
Jimmy Lawson 
Deborah Mabe 
Kathy Mabe 
Jerry Marshall 
Wanda Meador 
Belinda Moser 
Darrell Moser 

Grant Nance 
Philip Newsome 
Gerald Smith 
Brenda Southern 
Walter Tilly 
Glenn Wall 
Maxie Whitley 
Junior Willard 
Ronny Young 



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Mrs. Taylor 
Susan Adkins 
Odell Bameycastle 
Diane Bennett 
Brenda Bowden 
Margaret Collins 
Kenny Davis 
Karen Denny 
Richard Epperson 
Barry Fulk 

Jean Fulk 
Larry Fulk 
Loietta Hall 
Steven Hall 
Barbara Key 
Deborah Kiser 
Michael Kiser 
Sharon Kiser 
Dean Mabe 

Harold Mahathey 
Ronnie Marshall 
Carolyn Mickey 
Rob ley Moore 
Bonnie Nelson 
Brenda Phipps 
Eugene Pike 
Janice Priddy 
Dale Richardson 



Billy Rogers 



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Sharon Smith 
Ann Willard 
Teena Williams 
Mrs, Cilfry 
Carolyn Bameycastli 
Janet Byrd 
Leroy Cain 



Lydia Calloway 
Vickie Carroll 
Susan Covington 
Brenda Edwards 
Judy Gordon 
Eddie Hall 
Beverly Hauser 
Ronnie Hawks 
Danny Haynes 

Linda Jones 
Frances Kirby 
Peggy Kirby 
Douglas Leinback 
Ricky Lewis 
Tommy McGee 
Allen McNeeley 
Edgar Moore 
Dottie Nance 

David New some 
Lanl Newsome 
Kay Patterson 
Martha Richardson 
Michael Rierson 
Margie Sands 
Brenda Sargent 
Judy Stanley 
Teny Timmons 

Deborah Turtle 
Mommie Tuttle 
Jane Tuttle 
Mrs. Boyles 
Cindy Barrett 
Ed Bennett 



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Amy Claire Booe 
Mary Sue Davis 
Dallas Edwards 

Ann Edmonds 
Donnie Fulk 
Joseph Gentry 
Daryl Hicks 
Barton Keiger 
Avoline Kiser 
Benny Law son 
Cathy Loggins 
Melissa Marshall 

Keith Merritt 
Darlene Moser 
Roy Newsome 
Charles Newsome 
Richard Newsome 
Billy Newsome 
William Newman 
Steve Patterson 
Susan Slate 

Barbara Speas 
Katherine Stewart 
Timmy Tedder 
Steve Tedder 
Joan Tedder 
Roger Keye 
Ray Lee White 













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Mrs. Whitt 
Eddie Belton 
Janie Sue Boles 
Phyllis Bowen 
Kenneth Carroll 
Eddie Cox 
Donald Fulk 
Junior Fulp 
Danny Holder 

Michael Ingram 
Brenda Mabe 
Joan Mabe 
Shirley Mabe 
Teriy Martin 
Nancy Newman 
Michael Reed 
Donald Rogers 

Leona Smith 
Ina Ruth Southern 
Jackie Stanley 
Johnny Thomas 
Ronnie Tilly 
Peggy Duncan 
Mrs. Gamer 
John Bledsoe 
Johnny Boles 

Lucille Burrow 
Charles Cole 
Kathy Dodson 
Gerald Fulk 
Robert Gordon 
Carol Griffin 
Faye Gunnell 
Terri Holder 
Janet Hunter 

Wanda Johnson 
Garry Merritt 
Richard Nance 
Toni Newsom 
Polly Newsome 
Horace Overby 
Renwick Preston 
Steve Preston 

Mark Pulliam 
Sammy Slate 
Joyce Sizemore 
Susan Lynn Southern 
Carla Van Dusen 
Eddie Wall 
Brenda Wall 
Jeffrey White 

Mrs. Barr 
Herman Butner 
Marcia Burge 
Rhonda Craig 
Kathy Epperson 
Charles Flippin 
Rex Goff 
Joyce Hartgrove 
Gerry Lynn Hooker 

Anne Holder 
Ann Jessup 
Weldon Keiger 
Elizabeth Marshall 
Kathy Moore 
Rosemary New 
Delia Newsom 
Patricia Palmer 

Linda Smith 
Sandra Smith 
David Tedder 
Teddy Tuttle 
Danny Tucker 
Kay Turpin 
Steve White 



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Mrs. Stewart 
Patricia Aldridge 
L. C. Allen 
Ann Bennett 
Tilda Bennett 
Donna Bolejack 
Carolyn Boles 
John Bow en 
Cathy Boyles 
Danny Brown 

Ann Craddock 
Doris Cromer 
Rupert Duggins 
Keith East 

Frank Fulk 
Roger Gordon 
Randy Griffin 
Tommy Hall 
Mike Jessup 

Beth Kirby 
Glenda Lawson 
Leland Meadwell 
Shenyl Needham 
Wayne Newman 
Beverly Simmons 
Craig Sizemore 
Grant Smith 
June Stanley 

Kenny Stone 
Stephen White 
Miss Hutchens 
Jackie Bledsoe 
Debra Barnes 
Beth Barr 
Stephen Brown 
Janet Boyles 
Ricky Cromer 
Rikki Duggins 

Steve Elbert 
Emma Fay Flippin 
David Fulk 
Suzan Gamer 
Carol Gibson 
Sheila Griffin 
Steven Hall 
Roberta Helsabeck 
Douglas Jones 

Sarah Johnson 
Christy Kimbro 
Donald King 
Kenneth Kirby 
Minnie Newman 
Kenneth Nelson 
Camille Patterson 
Sammy Patterson 
Gary Preston 

Johnny Roberts 
Debbie Robertson 
Joseph Tuttle 
Stafford Tuttle 
Michael Williams 
Mrs. Gentry 
Gray Bennett 
David Benton 
Deborah Boyles 
Roger Bumgamer 

David Burge 
Junior Epperson 
Robbie Fowler 
Frances Frye 
Deborah Gentry 
Frankie Greene 
Carol Gunnell 
Terry Hall 
Elizabeth Hauser 

Ricky Hicks 
Jo Ann Inman 
Jerry Jones 
Tommy Jones 
Billy Kirby 
Donna Lankford 
Francis Laws 
Michael Mabe 
Michael Martin 

Rebecca Marshall 
Millen McNeely 
Marilyn Moore 
Gerald Nance 
Terry Powell 
Daniel Sargent 
Mike Taylor 
Brenda Tuttle 
John New 

















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The way to a person's heart is through music. 





4-H CM Of fleets 



Standing: Diane Boyles, Secretary; Diane 
Ma be, Vice-President; Karen Bole jack, Re- 
porter; Harrell Smith, President; Leonard 
Tuttle, Song Leader. Seated: David New, 
Secretary; Sandra Holder, Betty Duggins, Song 
Leaders; Penny Smith, President; Gale Gorden, 
Vice-President; Frank James, Reporter. 



libt$ty Assistants 



Seated: Diane Boyles, Phyllis Love, Butch 
McGee, Peggy Gordon, Phyllis Watts, Betty 
Felts, Brenda Hauser. Second row: Barbara 
Tucker, Wanda Gordon, Ellen Neal, Judith 
Tedder, Cherry Davis, Lois Kiser, Douglas 
Payne, Robert Samuelson, Donald Love, Benny 
Matthews, Teresia Moser. Third row: Brenda 
Collins, Mrs. Mary H. Gilfrey, Kay Smith, 
Sandra Ma dwell, Katherine Moore, Karen 
Bolejack, Judy Adams, Andrew Wolf. 





Student Council 



Marilyn New, President; Brenda Collins, Vice- 

President; Kay McKnight, Secretary; Betty 

Duggins, Treasurer. 



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Compliments of 



GROWERS' WAREHOUSE 



Phone PA 4-3688 



Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



DEWEY A. LONG 




Building Materials 

P.O. Box 3 

YU 3-5175 

King, North Carolina 



KING FUEL OIL SUPPLY COMPANY 

Wholesale Dealer - Esso Products 

Phone YU 3-5685 King, North Carolina 

Printed Meter Service 

Fuel for Home and Farm 

Esso Furnaces and Burner Service 



90 



Compliments of 



KING FURNITURE COMPANY 



Complete Home Furnishings 

Phone YU 3-9762 
King, North Carolina 



KING DRIVE-IN THEATER 



Your Family Theater 
Grade "A" Grill 

Phone YU 3-8045 



Compliments of 

DENNIS and ESTHER 
PRUITT 



Compliments of 



SEALTEST ICE CREAM 



Winston-Salem 
North Carolina 

Phone PA 3-0311 



Compliments of 

JOHNSON'S HATCHERY 



U.S. Approved Pull orum 
Cleaned Chicks 

Phone YU 3-5005 
King, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

DIXIE RESTAURANT 
EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 

Food Service Equipment 

235 North Church Street 
Winston-Salem 
North Carolina 



91 



King Walnut Cove 

STATE PLANTERS BANK 




Compliments of 

GORDON'S 
HARDWARE 

A Complete Line of Hardware 

Mitchell Loman 

Phone YU 3-8595 

King, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

HANOVER 

WHOLESALE 

COMPANY 

AND FROZEN 

FOODS 

Phone PA 2-5156 
1801 Ivey Avenue 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



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FRIENDLY BEAUTY SHOP 

Helene Curtis, Rayette 
and Bonat Permanents 

Mrs. Annie K. Trawick, 

Owner and Operator 

Gentry and Moser Bidg. 

King, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

J. ELLIS COON 

All Kinds of Insurance 



Phone YU 3-8685 



King, North Carolina 



BOLES HARDWARE COMPANY 

Paint - Hardware - Appliances 

Maytag - Westinghouse 

We Service What We Sell 



King 

Phone YU 3-8935 



Pinnacle 
EM 8-2592 



S AND K POULTRY 

Customer Work on Wednesday 

Richard Speas YU 3-5256 

James W. Keiger YU 3-5585 

King, North Carolina 



KING GULF SERVICE 

Tires - Batteries - Accessories 
Washing Service 

Phone YU 3-9655 



GORDONS'S GARAGE 

Motor Tune-Up 
Brake anf Muffler Service 

King - Phone YU 3-5655 



Cash Discount and Easy Terms 

CLARK KIGER 
FURNITURE COMPANY 

Rural Hall, North Carolina 

Complete Home Furnishings 

Clark KIger 

Owner and Operator 

Bus. WO 9-2491 Res. WO 9-4535 



LAWSON'S GARAGE 

Complete Automatic Transmission 
Motor Overhaul 

and 

Tune-up Service 

King, N.C. Phone YU 3-9750 



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KING GUANO COMPANY 



Agrico 

Robertson's 

Priddy's 

Royster's 

Weaver's 



Patapsco 

Morris' 

Bough's 

V.C. 

Zells 



These fertilizers for sole at all time 
Chitton Tobacco Curers— Tobacco Barn Flue Pipes 



Bob Westmoreland 



Phone YU 3-8865 
King, North Carolina 



J. W. Gentry 



GENTRY AND MOSER COMPANY 



Western Auto Associate Store 
Groceries - Fresh Meats 

Phone YU 3-9775 
King, North Carolina 



TINY DINY 






There's no place like This place, near 


Thi 


s place. 


Just like This place, so This must be 


the 


place. 


Phone YU 3-9305 






King, North Carolina 







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WINSTON STEAM LAUNDRY 

Verlclean Dry Cleaning 

Phone Office Phone Home 

PA 2-4129 YU 3-5483 

YU 3-5943 
1 102 Ivy Avenue 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 
Jimmy Hartgrove 



"The Typewriter Showplace of the 

Year." 

Royal Typewriters 

Standard - Portable - Electric 

KELLY TYPEWRITERS COMPANY 

616 West Fourth Street 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Sales - Service - Rental 



TAYLOR'S WAREHOUSE 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

A SALE EVERY DAY AT TAYLOR'S 

Paul T. Taylor Kelly Ritter 

Paris Pepper Charles Dalton 

John Davis, Auctioneer 



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1960 



COMMERCIAL 
AND FARMERS BANK 

Rural Hall, North Carolina 



WILSON BROS. LUMBER CO. 

Rural Hall, North Carolina 

From Tree to Key 

Contractors - Building Supplies 

Repairs 

Rural Hall WO 9-2215 

Winston-Salem PA 3-3424 



FRANK A. STITH COMPANY 




Smart Fashions for Men and Boys 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



Best Wishes 
From 

Division of Stewart-Warner Corp, 

Fine Furniture, Hardware 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

WARREN'S DRUG 

Rural Hall, North Carolina 



95 



STOKES MOTOR COMPANY 






KIXG MEAT MARKET 




King 


ru 3- 

We Specialize In Fresh Meats and Produce 


-8515 



COOK'S WAREHOUSE 



P, H. Thomas 
B.E. Cook 
Doug Cook 
Fred McLaughlin 



W.R. Fowler 

C.B. Strickland, Jr. 

Julian Vaughn 

Garland Griffin 



PA 4-9239 



"Morning Sale Every Day' 



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STULTZ, INC. RESTAURANT 

Sandwiches and Plate Lunches 

Private Dinners 

for Private Parties 

Call WO 9-4611 



HERMAN'S CLOTHING 



Home Owned and Operated 
"The Dad and Lad Shop" 

Phone YU 3-9621 
King, NorthCarolina 



Compliments of 

RUPERT HALL 



Septic Tank Service 
Plumbing and Supplies 

MERRITT PLUMBING COMPANY 

Phone YU 3-9325 
King, North Carolina 

Fred L. Merritt Res. WO 9-5611 



Compliments of 

ROYAL CROWN 

Better Taste of R.C. 



JOE COVINGTON 
ESSO SERVICE 

Esso Gas and Oil 

Goodyear Tires and Tubes 

Deico Batteries - Groceries 

Route 1 
King, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

GENTRY BROTHERS 

Grading Contractors 

Office YU 3-8865 

Res. YU 3-9101 

King, North Carolina 



BOCOCK-STROUD COMPANY 



Sporting Goods 
Dependable for 35 Years 

Phone PA 4-2421 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



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KING DRUG COMPANY 




PFAFF'S, INCORPORATED 

Paints - Glass - Wallpaper 

North Main Street 

Visit Our Northside 

Shopping Center Store 

Phone PA 3-7365 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



LANKFORD'S SHELL SERVICE 
Gas - Oil - Grease - Wash 
King, N.C. Phone YU 3-8691 



Compliments of 
PILOT DRIVE-IN 
The Best in Movie Entertainment 
Pilot Mountain, N.C. 



Compliments of 

HOLSUM BREAD BAKERIES 

Winston-Salem 
North Carolina 

"Don't say Bread, say Holsum." 



WALL ESSOSERVI CENTER 

King, North Carolina 

Wheel Alignment and Balancing 

Wrecker Service and Recapping 

Tire, Wheel Balancing 

Phone 

Day Night 

YU 3-8891 YU 3-9535 



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VADEN AND TURNER 
ESSO SERVICE 

Emergency AAA Service 

Lubrication - Battery Service 

Tire, Wheel Balancing 

U.S. Route 52 - Phone WO 9-4453 

Rural Hall, North Carolina 

Ice Blocked Bags 



SLATE LUMBER COMPANY 
CONTRACTOR 

Building Material, Builders' 

Hardware, Lumber, Roofing, 

Millwork, Glass, Lucas Paint 

Phone YU 3-8765 
King, North Carolina 





M.A. PICKETT'S 




5 

and 

10? 


King, North Carolina 


Dept. 
Store 



BO YLES FLORIST 

Flowers for all Occasions 

Cut Flowers - Corsages 

Potted Plants - Weddings 

Decorations - Funeral Designs 

Phone YU 3-8535 
King, North Carolina 



Authorized Bulova and Elgin Dealer 
We Repair All Makes of Fine Watches 

LM. LONG 

Jeweler and Watchmaker 

King, North Carolina 

Billy Long - Assistant Watchmaker 



KING FARM SUPPLY 



Feed, Seed, Fertilizer 
Unico Electrical Appliances 

Phone YU 3-9395 
King, North Carolina 



MOOREFIELD ESSO 
SERVICE 

Grease Jobs - Oil Change 
Tires - Tubes and Batteries 

Phone YU 3-8315 
King, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

SHORE MERCANTILE COMPANY 



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HENNIS FREIGHT LINES, INC. 
Winston-Salem 
North Carolina 



E.E. GORDON 

CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 

Phone YU 3-8041 

King, North Carolina 



Compliments of 
J.V. STANLEY AND SONS 

Groceries 
Stanleyville, North Carolina 



RURAL HALL MACHINE SHOP 

Welding 

Rural Hall, North Carolina 



TOM'S RADIO AND T.V. SERVICE 



King, North Carolina 



GRIFFIN AND McGEE INSURANCE | 




AGENCY 




All K 


"nds of Insurance, 




Bill McGee 


Renard G 


rlffln 


Kinq, N.C. 


Phone YU 3- 


■9002 



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KING LUMBER COMPANY 
Flooring - Ceiling 
Siding - Finishing 
ng Phone YU 3-5765 



A Home Store for Home Folks 
KISER'S GROCERY 
King, North Carolina 



WALL DRY CLEANERS 
Quick Wash and Laundry Service 
Pick Up and Delivery 
Rural Hall, North Carolina 



H.C. PIE COMPANY 
Phone WO 9-4046 
Delicious Pies and Pastry 
'We are always happy to serve you." 



HOOKER LILLY ELECTRIC COMPANY 


King, N.C. 


YU3- 


-8351 




YU3- 


-8651 


Pilot Mountain 


EM8- 


-2318 



COOK AND MABE STONE WORKS 

INCORPORATED 

(at Stanleyville) Route One 

Phone WO 9-3595 Rural Hall 

Monuments - Markers - Building Stone 



SOUTHSIDE BARBER SHOP 




Phone 


K 


ing 


YU 3-8943 


North Carol 


ina 


Roger Smith - 


Donald Hauser 





RURAL HALL MOTOR COMPANY 

Owned and Operated by 

J.O. Payne and "Red" 

Rural Hall WO 9-2235 



100 



Compliments of 



MOORE AND SLATE 



Distributors For Sealtest 



Compliments of 

KISER SUPER MARKET 

Rural Hall, North Carolina 
Phone WO 9-2075 




SLATE CASH WHOLESALE 

Rack Toiletries, Merchandise 

King, N.C. Phone YU 3-9715 



KING MILLING 
COMPANY 

Manufacturing of High Grade 

Flour - Meat - Feeds 

King Puppy and Dog Food 

We Specialize in Custom Grinding— 
Molasses if Desired. 

S.V. Burge 

Don Bill 

Phone YU 3-8335 



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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. 



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